Exporting videos of recording made with Tobii Pro Glasses 2

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Learn how to export videos and video clips from recording made with Tobii Pro Glasses 2

An export of a recording made with Pro Glasses 2 can either be initiated from the Pro Glasses Controller or Pro Lab. All video and eye tracking data is stored only on the SD memory card inside the Recording Unit, not on the Pro Glasses Controller tablet/computer. For any export to work, the Recording Unit with the SD memory card used during the recording must be connected to Pro Glasses Controller Software. It is also possible to use the software Pro Lab to export full recordings or video clips. If you wish to use Pro Lab you must first import the data from the SD memory card.

To export a recording as a video from Pro Glasses Controller:

  1. Make sure the Recording Unit is connected over WLAN or Ethernet to the computer running Pro Glasses Controller and that the correct SD memory card is inserted in the Recording Unit.
  2. Start Pro Glasses Controller and connect to the Recording Unit.
  3. Select the recordings you want to export from the Recordings List.
  4. Tap Export recordings.
  5. Choose where on your tablet/computer you want to save the exported videos.
  6. Tap OK; the selected recordings are now exported as videos.

To export a recording as a video from Pro Lab:

  1. Open an existing project or create a new project in Pro Lab.
  2. Import Pro Glasses 2 data from the SD memory card used during recording. 
  3. Open the replay view of the recordings you wish to export from the Recordings List. Double-click the recording you want to export and the Replay tab will open. Alternatively: In the Recordings list, right-click the recording you want to open, and then select “Open in Background tab” in the context menu. The tab will open, but the Recordings List will still be visible.
  4. On the timeline located below the video, define the beginning and end of the video clip desired for export, first locate the in and out markers either side of the play head
  5. Drag the in point (the left marker) to the beginning of the desired clip. 

    Drag the out point (the right marker) to the end of the desired clip.
  6. Right click on the yellow clip bar or left click on the menu symbol (...).

  7.  

    In the file manager dialog box, locate the folder you want to save the file in.
  8. In the File name field, enter a file name for your video clip.

  9. Click Save to save the video clip.
  10. After the export process has begun, the progress can be checked by clicking on the activity icon, in the activity dialogue 

    all exported and currently exporting video clips can be viewed.

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